Tulasi Pooja Pictures – 2014

It has been a very hectic few months for me with all the travel and work. It was just this Monday and Tuesday i.e. today that I have worked from home. I will be traveling to Bangalore, India for work on Thursday. Work is for two weeks, take a few days off to spend time with Parents and relatives and back here to USA in time for Thanksgiving so I can be with my Daughter for a few days.

During this short visit for Work, I am also planning to visit Mantralaya and see our beloved Rayaru. I will definitely keep you all posted if I do visit and see our beloved Rayaru.

I am also going to visit Mysore to see my Grandmother (Ajji), Uncles and Aunts. Hopefully, I will have a few hours to record at least a few devotional songs from Ajji and my Aunts. They sing amazing devotional songs.🙂

Might not update the blog regularly, so please bear with me until end of November.

Today being ತುಲಸೀ ಹಬ್ಬವಿವಾಹ ಉತ್ವಾನ ದ್ವಾದಶಿ – Uthwana Dwadashi/Tulasi Habba, we performed the pooje in the evening. It is getting very cold here in the US, and so we had to bring all the plants indoor, including the Tulasi plants. Rather than keeping the Tulasi plant in the Pooja Room, I decided to do the pooje in the Sun room it self. Attached below are pictures of the same.

For dinner, I made Kosambari, Shavige(Semia) Payasa, and Vegetable rice.


Close up of our little Tulasi Plant:

Lighting of Agarbathi:


Aaruthi for Tulasi.

17 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Vani on November 4, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    Very beautiful, as usual. You always perform all the pujas so elaborately and with so much devotion, that it shows in the pictures you post.
    Btw, I’m in Hyderabad now, so please feel free to contact me if you are in the vicinity. It would be an absolute privilege to meet you.
    Have a safe trip…


  2. Posted by kum on November 4, 2014 at 9:38 pm

    You are so busy, yet you perform all the festivals! You are an amazing person!

    Thank you so much for the Raghavendra swamy mutt website link, these days I regulary visit it…

    Thanks again for pooja procedures, traditional recipes and devotional songs!


  3. Posted by Srinivasan K on November 4, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    Really very glad for your tulasi pooja photos. Let tulasi krishna shower all the best.


  4. Wow, Excellent performance ! you have done the Tulasi Pooja to a great extent irrespective of heavy winter in your country, you had brought all the plants from outdoor and indoor. Really god will bless not only you but also us since we could see the pictures here.


    • Posted by meeraghu on November 5, 2014 at 6:41 am

      Thanks, Shanthi. Yes, the banana plants, jasmine, roses, and a few others will not tolerate the harsh cold outside.


  5. Posted by Usha on November 5, 2014 at 11:46 am

    Hello Meera,
    You inspire me so much to perform rituals which is a part of Dharmic Jeevan. Appreciate all your service to the Hindu community . .


  6. Very Nice, please try visiting Kamadenu kshetra as they have bought Rayara brindavan, Buvaraha swamy, Hanuma, idols also. Which are yet to be done pratistapana for which temple is under construction in place where all homas were done for 48days.


  7. ध्यायामि तुळसीं देवीं श्यामां कमल लोचनाम् । प्रसन्नां पद्मकल्हार वरदाञ्च चतुर्भुजाम् ।। किरीट हार केयूर कुण्डलाद्यै र्विभूषिताम् । धवलांशुक संवीतां पद्मासन निषेविताम् ।। देवीं त्रैलोक्य जननीं सर्व लोकैक पावनीम् । अस्मिन् तुळसीगुल्मे श्री तुळसीदेवीं ध्यायामि ।।


  8. loved your site and all the information. Didnt find any email id. Need to send you some questions


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